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Gibe в предложении (на )

  1. The gibe set her off.
  2. Now, at any rate, he comforted himself with a gibe, but not for long.
  3. Well, why don’t you speak? Whom have you got there dressed up as a Hungarian? said the commander with an austere gibe.
  4. One of our lads, a reservist, who was a billiards marker in Stepney, although badly wounded, could not resist a gibe at a German officer.
  5. Would he give in to his anger and take a swing at Brumvack, or would he remain calm enough to gibe him with another scorcher? The trolls analyzed the possibilities.

  6. I did not weep, but I knelt down and with a full heart thanked my guiding spirit for conducting me in safety to the place where I hoped, notwithstanding my adversary's gibe, to meet and grapple with him.
  7. Perhaps I had just a desire to vex her by something comparatively most innocent, by way of a gibe, Since you are such an interfering young lady, wouldn't you hke to return the money yourself to the prince, a charming.
  8. None so ready as she to give of her little substance to every demand of poverty; even though the bitter-hearted pauper threw back a gibe in requital of the food brought regularly to his door, or the garments wrought for him by the fingers that could have embroidered a monarch's robe.
  1. He wouldn't have been himself if he could have dispensed with the cheap gibing free-thought which was in vogue in his day.
  2. He had met Pyotr Ilyitch here before, and would you believe it, he is always gibing at him, growling at him, for some reason.
  1. Don’t have too much fun without us, he gibed.
  2. He had gibed and mocked and railed at fate, at the laws of his country that could condemn an absolutely innocent man to so grewsome a death.
  1. It was a failure, and I gained nothing but jeers and gibes.
  2. The next morning he only thought of Smerdyakov and his gibes with contempt.
  3. He'll make such an uproar and there will be such gibes all over the town, and we shall make a mess of it all.
  4. I do not burden my soul with these negative thoughts and continue my daily offering to Sun God ignoring their gibes.
  5. But even on the pier at the bathing hour she seemed to shun him, or noticed him only with jeers and gibes at what she called his laziness.
  6. The rugby boys could stuff their less than subtle gibes and always rowdy insults where the sun rarely ever shined (you could never quite tell with one or two of them).
  7. Moreover, he fully recognised the deUcacy of the position of Anna Andreyevna, for whom he had an unbounded respect; he was quite alive to the possibility of rumours, of gibes, of injurious gossip.
  8. Throwing back her light vestment, she stretched forth her long, skinny arm, in derision, and using the language of the Lenape, as more intelligible to the subject of her gibes, she commenced aloud:.
  9. One day, as I was offering water to Sun God, I heard a few gibes from my wife and neighbours who say that this ritual has lost its relevance long back and in today’s fast-paced life it has no place at all.
  10. Johnston’s veterans, however, went by with the tireless, careless step which had carried them for three years, and they still had the energy to grin and wave at pretty girls and to call rude gibes to men not in uniform.
  11. For almost four years Ken had stubbornly preserved his own idea of what was right against real and imagined gibes of his fellow classmates who, he felt, had made a compromise with principle in order to attain popularity.
  12. Frank swallowed hard, hurt by her attack, but doing his best to keep his temper, because this had been the way their fights had always started - first one making hurtful gibes, then the other, until it finally exploded in a fully fledge battle.
  13. His parting gibes were listened to in a dead, boding silence, and, with these biting words in his mouth, the triumphant Magua passed unmolested into the forest, followed by his passive captive, and protected by the inviolable laws of Indian hospitality.
  14. His own attempts at diving and swimming he soon gave up, finding this northern water too cold for him; and so, in spite of Elfrida’s gibes, he sat on the dock and watched her as she took backward somersaults and dead-man dives and went down below in search of sinking clam shells.
  15. At he-festivals, with blackguard gibes, ironical license,.

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